Apple teases Beats Studio3 headphones in a Neymar Jr. edition – Cult of Mac

By Killian Bell
Apple today added a Neymar Jr. Custom Edition of the Beats Studio3 wireless headphones to its online store.
The headphones, which celebrate the soccer star’s 27th birthday, feature a black and white design inspired by São Paulo street graffiti, where Neymar first started playing soccer.
Apple has enlisted big sports stars, including Neymar, for Beats marketing campaigns. It has also offered DJ Khaled Custom Edition headphones. Its latest sport a more subtle look.
The Neymar Jr. Custom Edition headphones aren’t as bright or as loud (visually). They honor “Neymar’s strength of character” and pay “tribute to his famous ‘Shhh…’ tattoo,” Apple says.
Just like regular Beats Studio3 headphones, these offer fine-tuned acoustics and Pure Adaptive Noise Canceling technology. They pack the Apple W1 chip for easy connectivity, and run for up to 22 hours in between charges.
You can’t buy them just yet, however. The Apple Online Store says they’re “coming soon,” and lists a price tag of $349.95. That’s a lot more than other models in the Studio3 lineup, which are currently discounted to $279.95.

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